pathology -urogenital

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normal glomerular filtration rate

125cc/min

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what are we thinking if there is sediment in the urine

kidney disease

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polyuria is?

what indicates?

large output of urine

could be diabetes, nerves, diuretics

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what is oliguria?

what is anuria?

small urine output 100-400 cc/day

failure of kidneys to produce urine less than 100cc/day

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range of values for normal urine pH

4.5-8

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when do we see ketones in the urine?

when the body cannot breakdown sugar for energy so we start using fat

seen in starvation, diabetics, and high fat diets, sometimes hyperthyroid

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what does bilirubin in the urine indicate

hepatitis, blood disease, obstruction of bile ducts in liver

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WHAT IS CYSTOCELE

bladder prolapse

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what is rectocele

rectral prolapse

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What vertebral levels do the kidneys span?

T12-L3 – right kidney is lower

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what is murphey's sign?

percussion to the back at costovertebral angle elicits pain. Positive in patients with kidney infections or stone. Kidneys are at T12-L2

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who is most likely to develop a kidney stone?

a 30 to 60 year old man that lives in an industrialized country that is hot and humid. – could be a hydration issue.

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at what level of creatinine might you be concerned

above 1.3mg/L is out of the range of normal

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range from BUN

6-25 mg/L

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What are the effects of chronic renal failure on the Integumentary system

pallor, ecchymosis, pruritus, dry skin/mucous membranes, thin/brittle nails

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What are the effects of chronic renal failure on the Musculoskeletal systems

demineralization of bones; anemia. osteomalacia (softening of the bones), osteoporosis, and soft tissue calcification. spontaneous tendon ruptures more common.

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  • Are there dietary restrictions for individuals in renal failure? What are they and why limit these things?
  • no alcohol, caffeine. limit salt, protein, phosphorus, potassium, and other electrolytes. these things are difficult for the kidneys to filter.
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what diseases are inflammatory glomerular lesions associated with

diabetes and lupus

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a young male cyclist comes in and says he has had changes in urination - painful, burning, dribbling, cloudy. he has also had multiple sex partners (hx of STI) why?

prostatitis

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what is orchitis?

inflammation of the testes - caused by bacteria, mumps, or STIs

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What is and causes epidiymitis?

inflammation of the tubes that carry sperm caused by UTIs or STIs.

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List musculoskeletal changes that occur with menopause and give a brief explanation why.

Decreased muscle massDecreased inflammatory response Estrogen may have a place in inflammation and repair; decreased estrogen is associated with a decrease in type I collagen and decrease in muscle massThese factors may explain increased pain and dysfunction with fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, and adhesive capsulitis.